Watching the Sony press conference, I was surprised to find the Move more underwhelming than the Kinect. The genuinely interesting tech demos and gamer-friendly message had me believing there would be some cool games to show, but the most impressive of the bunch was Sorcery, which struck me as a surprise even to Sony, unlikely to get the support it needs to stand up to a competitor like Zelda.
The visible lag between the user and the game also surprised me. It was noticeable in the Tiger Woods golf game, and even when it worked accurately, it brought me back to the question that went around upon hearing about the device: is that much accuracy fun? Is sucking at golf in real life and virtual life good?
Finally, the unveiling of prices and bundles once again had me unconvinced by too-high price points and lackluster libraries. And all this after trying to make me believe that an expensive new 3D TV was the next big thing. Sigh.